Back in October, Damian Lillard gave people a preview of his first signature shoe.
Without a doubt, Stephen Curry is Under Armour’s most famous basketball athlete so when it was announced last year that Curry would be getting his own signature shoe, there had to have been a lot of pressure to make sure that Curry’s first shoe would be a statement piece.
The Nike Mag, originally seen being rocked by Marty McFly in Back to the Future II, will be making a return in 2015.
Back in 2004, Nike made a retro Air Jordan 7 to coincide with that year’s Summer Olympic Games. Called the Air Jordan 7 “Olympic,” the shoe featured a red,white and blue motif along with gold accents.
Michael Jordan may be most-well known for wearing the Nike Swoosh and the Jumpman but before he turned pro and forever changed the game of basketball and footwear, he played for UNC and wore Converse.
A man is being charged with theft of property after he brazenly decided to drive away with a truck filled with 7,500 pairs of Nike LeBron 12s back in early November.
It’s not every day that Nike halts production of their sneakers to accommodate one outside request. Of course, it’s not every day that Terminator comes calling.
Yesterday, Nike unveiled the Kyrie 1, which will be Kyrie Irving’s very first signature shoe.
LeBron James will soon not be the only Cleveland Cavalier with a signature Nike shoe. Today, at a Nike Basketball event, the Swoosh and Kyrie Irving unveiled Irving’s first signature basketball shoe.
New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft is basically the hip grandfather you never had, dating models less than half his age while staying up-to-snuff with the latest fashion trends. Kraft’s newest signature look – custom-branded Patriots Air Force 1’s – is also arguably his most popular, evidenced by the fact that the shoes went on
After protests from Allen Iverson, Nike has decided to cancel one of its planned releases for an upcoming Zoom Flight ’96 that was meant to be a tribute to the 76ers great. Nike had planned to sell two Zoom Flight 96’s to honor to two legends who entered the NBA in the 1996 draft. Take
When the LeBron 12 was first introduced to the sneaker market, one of the big design draws of the shoe was its outsole. The multi-colored hexagonal shapes that line the outsole are not only supposed to help with performance, they also leave a very strong impression from a design perspective. So, it makes sense that